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Selling Hitler 1 Season 1991

Season 1
(1) IMDb 7.5/10

4. Episode 4 TV-NR

Embarking on a bidding war, publishing magnate Rupert Murdoch sends a distinguished historian--and form intelligence agent--to authenticate the diaries.

Jonathan Pryce, Alexei Sayle
52 minutes
Original air date:
July 2, 1991

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Comedy
Director Alastair Reid
Starring Jonathan Pryce, Alexei Sayle
Supporting actors Alison Doody, Julie T. Wallace, Richard Wilson, Tom Baker, Olivier Pierre, Trevor Baxter, Alan Bennett, Gabrielle Blunt, John Boswall, Philip Bowen, Peter Capaldi, Norman Chancer, Elaine Collins, Edwin Craig, Philip Croskin, Michael Elwyn, Thomasine Heiner, Barry Humphries
Season year 1991
Network Acorn Media
Producers Andrew Brown, Paul Sparrow
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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A wonderful concept with delightful performances and some truly memorable scenes, but overall rather unevenly executed. To cite perhaps the most evident example: in an effort to portray the epic cast of colorful and bizarre characters in Robert Harris' book (a must-read it if you haven't already), we have dozens of characters parading across the screen for just one or two scenes, only to disappear without really contributing meaningfully to the overall story. Such moments are fun for people in the know, but potentially distracting for everyone else. On the other hand, Jonathan Pryce is at the top of his form in this series, particularly in the final episode. It's a real curio that you won't regret watching.
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